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  • He believes that bereavement-triggered major depression is as chronic and debilitating as depression precipitated by other life events or with no trigger at all, and should be treated early and aggressively with drugs and psychotherapy.

    The Truth About Grief

  • As of this writing, grief is still a V code V62.82 in DSM-IV-TR, although practitioners are given a means to fudge by diagnosing major depression if the symptoms are still present two months after the loss, reflecting the belief of some psychiatrists that any significant distress stemming from bereavement can be captured by the already existing diagnosis of depression, and doesn’t warrant its own entry.

    The Truth About Grief


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